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How To Create A Book Trailer That'll Leave Your Readers Wanting More

Posted at 12:02PM Wednesday 09 Jul 2014

A book trailer is essentially a visual blurb for your book. The aim is a lot like that of a film trailer – to capture the main plot of the story through film or animation, so readers want to read more. They are not a mandatory marketing tool and it's important to think about what you would want your trailer to achieve before investing in one. If you are looking at creating one however, here are a few tips on the things to include.

http://completelynovel.com/articles/book-trailer-dos-and-donts




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